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Officers President Forbes Morrow Vice-President Ned Prothro Secretary Russell Rigby Treasurer Lonard Wells Members Dale Adams Horace Alvord Terrill Baker Clarence Barlow Richard Barry Whitney Boggs Robert Clifton Harris Darwin Willard Ent Billy Fowler Glenn Graves Maxwell Hanna Hill Harris Bill Harwell Wayne Holt Willis Hunter ■ Harold Jarred Charles Kalmbach John Langlow John Leopard Don Loper Emmett McGovern John McKee Bobby Mitchell Forbes Morrow Glenn Myers Raymond Padden Bonneau Peters Truett Pilgreen Kneeland Phelps Ned Prothro Charles Randall Russell Rigby John Rust Dan Sawyer Wilton Summers Lonard Wells Billy Gene West Pledges Boyd Dunlap Raymond Gibbs Charles Harlan Gene Ludlow George Plaxco W. S. Sanders Wad Smith Charles Taylor Jimmy Weyman Ashley Youngblood Most any day, the K. A. way. Casual conference of K. A. ' s Big Four. Gather round boys — a bull session there ' ll be. • • •••••• ••• Alpha Iota Chapter
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Alvord, Adams, Baker, Barlow, Barry, Boggs, Clifton, Darwin . . . Ent, Fowler, Gibbs, Graves, Hanna, Harris, Harwell, Holt . . . Hunter, Jarred, Joyner, Kalmbach, Leopard, Langlow, Loper, McGovern . . . McKee, Mitchell, Morrow, Myers, Padden, Peters, Phelps, Pilgreen . . .Prothro, Randall, Rigby, Rust, Sawyer, Summers, Wells, West, Youngblood. For the fifty-fourth consecutive year, Alpha Iota Chapter, under the capable leadership of Forbes Morrow, again registered a banner year. Following the excellent examples set for them by the founders of the chap- ter in 1891, members and pledges of Kappa Alpha have overcome both the changes wrought by war, and increasing fraternity competition to maintain their tradition of scholarship and excellent character building. The " boys across the street " have loyally answered the call to the colors. Into the Army went Glenn Graves, Carl Jones, Thomas Colley, Emmett McGovern, Harry Marks, Stuart Lunn, Bob Mayo, Sidney Williams, and Joe Sedberry. Those now attired in the Navy blue include Harris Darwin, Don Loper, A. B. Morris, Bob Corser, Charles Randall, Alvin White, Jimmie Best, Richard Jarrott, Bob Sullivan, Albert Bicknell, and Dur- wood Huckaby; while Donald Ellis donned the uniform of the U. S. Marines. These are but a few who serve their country as loyally as their fraternity. Again this year, the K. A. ' s came through with many honors and officers on Centenary campus. Listed in Who ' s Who are Forbes Morrow and Russell Rigby, the only two fraternity men included. As proof of this honor, Forbes was elected Treasurer of the Student Body, and Student Senate, President of the Sophomore Class, Vice-President of Alpha Sigma Pi; and Secretary-Treasurer of Pi Mu Sigma. Russell Rigby was chosen President of both the Intramural Council and Pi Mu Sigma, and Vice-President of Alpha Sigma Chi. Presiding over the French Club and Pi Kappa Delta is Lonard Wells, Student Senate member as well as Sports Editor of the Conglomerate. Powell Joyner is Treasurer of Alpha Sigma Pi. In the Senior Class elections, Horace Alvord and Ned Prothro were elected President and Treasurer respec- tively, while in the Sophomore Class, Forbes Morrow and Glenn Graves merited these same offices. Such is the record these loyal sons of Kappa Alpha have maintained — a record of which each is justly proud. • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a- KAPPA ALPHA
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Cline, J. H., Cline, L., Cox, Davis . . . Hughens, Kramer, Lawton, McCleary Mason, Roberts, Yazbeck, Yeates. Founded at Boston University, November 2, 1909, Lambda Chi Alpha now has 101 active chapters in the United States, Canada, and South America. Although relatively young in the fraternity world, Lambda Chi Alpha ranks among the largest in size of National Fraternities. In February, 1941, Theta Rho Zeta Chapter was reorganized on Centenary campus with the initiation of five boys at the chapter of Ruston Tech. Under the capable leadership of William F. Roberts, Jr., the fraternity has prospered. Bill is also President of the Student Body; Secretary-Treasurer of the Spanish Club; President of the Ministerial Club; Treasurer of the Dra- matics Club, and member of the Student Senate. Jimmie Hill Cline is Vice-President and Pledge Master, Charles W. Kramer, Secretary, and Eddie Hughens, Treas- urer. These officers have faithfully served during the past year, and deserve credit for placing the fraternity on a sounder footing. As in other organizations, the Armed Forces have taken their toll this year. Charles Kramer doned the olive drab of the Army; while the Navy claimed Tommy Cox. Nevertheless there have been several social functions during the past year. One of the most .enjoyable was a Christmas party at the fraternity house. Gladden Harrison, prominent local alumnae, has entertained the fra- ternity several times, and Fall Rushing was highlighted by a banquet at the Caddo Hotel. Here Lambda Chi would like to thank several of our alumni whose service has been an inspiration to Theta Rho. Theta Psi Alumnae of Tech, Hines " Tubby " Rogers and Lt. Roy Hayes have rendered invaluable aid to t he rest of the fraternity. Frank McAneny and Marshall Kesling, graduates of last year, are two whose unselfish service cannot be overestimated. Also to Dr. William G. Phelps, Faculty Advisor, we give our heartfelt thanks. • ••••••• •••• • ••••••••• ••• • ••• • | LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
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